Cambodia has finally relented to slice off seven days in the name of productivity and making itself competitive.
Work four days a week, but get paid for five? Companies found that it leads to higher productivity, more motivated staff.
Cambodia is now one step closer to finalising its next productivity strategy, with a study on the first stage of its development published yesterday.
The Cambodian Labour Confederation yesterday said that it will propose $211.94 to be the new minimum wage for garment workers during this month’s negotiations.
All Firms are called to join company efficiency competitions that will be held in October.
The government has vowed to boost crop, fish and meat production.
Thanks to the internet, you no longer need to work from 9 to 5 in an office to achieve your career goals. Working at home from 10 in the morning in your pyjamas is no longer a dream.
A Labour Ministry technical working group is set up to pave the way for discussions on the new minimum wage for 2018.
Jayant Menon speaks to Khmer Times and outlines how Cambodia can stay competitive.